Elon Musk said yesterday that Starship will try its first orbital launch next month, subject regulatory approval. You have one week to assist with our endeavor!
The launch tower for SpaceX’s Starship rocket is still being built in southeast Texas, with substantial work being made on essential features like the vacuum-rated Raptor engines that will power the spacecraft once it reaches orbit. Elon Musk claims that the company could be ready to try its first orbital flight next month if it receives the necessary governmental approvals.
To make the effort, SpaceX will need permission from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), as it has for all of its previous test flights of Starship from its development facility outside of Brownsville, Texas. The FAA basically wants SpaceX to show that it has taken all required safeguards to ensure that there is minimum danger in the event that something goes wrong during the launch attempts.
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— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 23, 2021